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SmartQuad 4-port USB charger allows for 9.6 amps of intelligent charging

You don’t have to ask frequent travelers and road warriors if they have a need for a robust multi-device USB charger – they’ll probably throw their money at the first one they see. But of the products that are actually out in the market, there are only a few that are actually worth their mettle, and we take a look at one of the new possible contenders – Skiva Technologies’ SmartQuad 4-port USB charger.

Volantis is HTC’s Nexus tablet, specs leaked ahead of Google I/O

It’s been a while since a Google-approved Nexus device hit the market, so speculation is rife if indeed we are going to get our hands on one by the time Google I/O developer conference rolls in. Front and center is HTC’s rumored Volantis, and Android Police is betting on solid information that it has the specs and the build of the next Nexus device down pat.

Samsung Galaxy tablet royal rumble for 1st half of 2014

Samsung has lots of tablets though thankfully fewer in number than its smartphones. Still, it's quite easy to get lost in a sea of models, names and specs of devices announced in the first half of this year alone. If you're curious to see what Samsung has to offer in terms of the big bad boys of Android devices, then come along as we look back at the different kinds of new tablets that the manufacturer has unleashed so far.

Belkin, Logitech release accessories for Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Just a day after Samsung unveiled their top-of-the-line tablets, the Galaxy Tab S, gadget accessory manufacturers Belkin and Logitech are already leveraging on the new Samsung tablets by selling their own accessories for these. The Galaxy Tab S comes in two variants, the 10.5-inch and the 8.4-inch, and also come with their own premium accessories, but Belkin and Logitech it seems were fastest to the trigger in putting out their own accessories for Samsung’s new tablet line.

Galaxy Tab S first look video released by Samsung

Samsung recently offered an official announcement for the Galaxy Tab S lineup, which includes an 8.4-inch and a 10.5-inch model. At the time of that announcement they released a complete set of details. That means specs, pricing and availability. To that point, the tablets are already available for pre-order. Along with the initial release news -- Samsung has also dropped their 'official first look and hands-on' video.